For the second year running, Turning Point Scotland offered information and advice in the charity village at Scotland’s biggest music festival, T in the Park.

The team of volunteers were on hand to talk to festival goers about Turning Point Scotland’s services as well as provide information about substance misuse and sexual health, how to keep safe and hand out free contraceptives.

The enthusiastic team were also able to help keep people warm and dry during Saturday’s rain showers, with free tea and coffee.

With tens of thousands of people attending the event, our staff also offered a free phone charging service so people would be able to keep in touch with friends and not get split up.

To help keep everyone full of energy, we also had a fun game of hoopla to entertain the crowds, well done to everyone who made the high score leaderboard!

The team had some very positive discussions with festival goers about a range of issues or just to find out a bit more about what we do as an organisation.

Thanks to everyone for generous donations and taking the time to stop and chat, our neighbours in the charity village and all the volunteers for taking part.